The Senate rejects a measure that would have banned the Defense Department from buying alternative fuels that were more expensive than conventional fuels.
Congressional approval of the NDAA could eliminate approximately $10 billion in economic activity and thousands of much-needed jobs.
Green Car Reports takes a look at plans by the Pentagon to buy 1,500 plug-in electric vehicles to help it become more environmentally friendly.
Environmental Defense Fund talks about an important federal plan to push renewable energy development on and near numerous military installations to the tune of $7 billion dollars.
Add waste-to-energy to the list of the ways the U.S. Army is looking to spare fuel – and thus save lives – at base camps.
The U.S. Army is going to buy $7 billion worth of renewably sourced energy, and begins accepting bids from developers.
The Defense and Interior departments partner to build clean-power resources on military land and open up the seas for offshore wind.
EcoWatch and Pew Charitable Trusts offer up a letter from veterans urging better governmental support of the Pentagon’s initiatives to diversify its energy sources, limit demand and lower costs.
Sierra Club talks about how, through a contract with SunDial Capital Partners, the Department of Defense has been implementing a new interface for mobile solar technology.
Greentech Media, in its EarthTechling debut, looks at how with third-party finance, solar can give the military hot water, private sector buy-in, and budget cuts.